To be a disciple is to be anti-racist. Through self and communal reflection and by continuing to gather resources, ideas, and wisdom, we hope this online collection supports our journey on the road of justice and grace.
We partnered with the United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries to bring you this advocacy toolkit. The issues raised here stem from the variety of services CHHSM organizations provide nationwide.
Back Bay Mission in Biloxi, Miss., takes seriously its mission to strengthen neighborhoods, seek justice and transform lives through programs in education, empowerment, housing rehabilitation, and more. This year — as it celebrates its 100th anniversary — the CHHSM member has developed a new avenue for helping to fulfill that mission: its ‘Making Good Trouble’…Read More
United Caring Services in Evansville, Ill., is well known for many of its shelter programs: a day shelter; men’s night shelter and women’s night shelter; recuperative care program providing a place for homeless individuals to stay after discharge for a hospital; and “white flag” program, providing seasonal night shelter to men, women and children during…Read More
Registration is now open for the next “Together We Learn” discussion group, which will concentrate on Revive Us Again: Vision and Action in Moral Organizing by the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II. The fourth “Together We Learn” offering, the group will meet for one hour on Thursdays at 1 p.m. ET/12 p.m. CT/11 a.m.…Read More
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From the President
Earlier this month, I gathered with new friends in Denver for the Interfaith Roundtable, a gathering of leaders from different faith traditions that are united by the work of their member organizations in the health and human service fields. Jewish Family Services of Colorado graciously hosted us at its offices, and during a discussion with…Read More